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EVENT: Tablets: The key to enabling today's mobile, collaborative caregiver? Webinar
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Event Date: 26 November 2013

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Free Webinar: Tablets: The key to enabling today's mobile, collaborative caregiver?
Date: 26 November
Time: 15:00-16:00 CET

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Are you considering adding tablets to your device strategy to improve patient care and worker mobility?

We know that as a healthcare provider, your organization strives for increased mobility, efficiency, collaboration and productivity. This webcast will review the most innovative Windows 8 Health apps, typical tablet use cases for health and how tablets can benefit caregivers and patients.

Together we'll explore how tablets fit into the clinical workflow inside and outside the hospital with scenarios like access to medical records on the move, telehealth and dynamic scheduling and collaboration amongst caregivers in geo-dispersed organizations.

We understand you and your organization's health professionals want to do more while carrying less, and truly enable mobile workers to securely access information at the point of care from anywhere, yet comeback to dock with a "traditional PC" experience, so join us to explore how to make the tablet a productive, secure, collaborative tool for healthcare.


Maria Burpee
Dell EMEA Healthcare Marketing Director

Maria is passionate about ideas that improve our lives, collaborative innovation, and healthcare technology. Maria currently leads the Healthcare vertical marketing program for Dell EMEA, the #1 Healthcare IT services provider Worldwide according to Gartner. As a specialist and invited speaker in vertical marketing for Health IT, Maria acts as Dell's single point of contact and SME for EMEA; and the lead for strategic planning and execution of integrated communications campaigns, customer engagement and sales enablement.


Gareth Hall
Microsoft Health Industry Solution Manager

Having run a large IT team in the UK National Health Service (NHS) for several years, Gareth joined Microsoft in 2002 to work with the UK NHS account team, then moved to run the Windows Server business in the UK, launching Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2. Since December 2010, he has been at Microsoft HQ in Seattle, initially responsible for marketing Virtual Desktop Infrastructure as part of the Server and Cloud team and most recently with responsibility for driving Windows and mobile devices, as part of the Worldwide Health team.

Elena Bonfiglioli
Microsoft Senior Director Health Industry, Worldwide Health

Elena leads Microsoft's Health Industry across Europe, Middle East and Africa. In this role she is responsible for developing and landing the strategy in the region working closely with a community of over 60+ experts leading business development in country, developing partnerships and doing proactive advocacy on Real Impact for Better Health as well as Healthier Cities within the framework of Microsoft's CityNext initiative. In her 10+ years at Microsoft, Elena was Director for health policy and advocacy as well as governmental affairs and external relations.